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Professional Beauty IE - PBHJ Ireland March/April 2021

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Professional Beauty & HJ Ireland PBHJ Ireland March/April 2021 Articles

Editor's letter
The March/April issue of Professional Beauty and Hairdressers
Irish hair and beauty industry to remain closed until
Nail the look
From the return of the French manicure, to negative space nail art and abstract designs, spring/summer 2021 looks set to be full of colourful combos, modern twists and dramatic flair, according to our industry experts
Leading light
There are a number of things to consider if you are thinking of investing in a light-based device to expand your salon’s treatment menu, explains aesthetics consultant Mairéad Cheevers
Colour creation
From targeted technology to built-in conditioning treatments, innovation in colour products means more options for in-salon techniques
Extend your service
The hair extensions market is constantly evolving, with ranges available to suit every client and hair type. We asked some industry professionals how this service can boost your salon business, and the key points to consider in order to keep clients coming back
Dealing with departures
Employees come and go, particularly in these more uncertain times. But what do you do when your most in-demand staff member leaves? Salon business expert Liz McKeon has some advice
Treatment model
With a four-month waiting list pre-Covid for her facemodeling treatment in Essentials Beauty & Skincare Clinic in Dublin, skin therapist Agnes Gajewska outlines the benefits of her signature technique
Checking compliance
As employment law is ever-evolving, employers should pay close attention to any changes or updates that might affect their business, writes The HR Company’s Linda Ward
Celebrate the diversity of your clients’ identities
Spring samples
Seasonal nail shades and salon wear, along with the latest in hair electricals and smart skincare, are just some of the hottest products on the market this spring
The Wicklow Way
Rasa Levinaite owns The Wicklow Street Clinic in Dublin, and is the Irish distributor of Eminence Organic Products. Originally from Lithuania, she is a qualified accountant, and has worked in the beauty industry for 19 years. Prior to taking over the business more than three years ago, she was the general and financial manager
Eden Beauty Group's Hydro Facial system
Eden Beauty Group's Hydro Facial system
Top tips for purchasing laser or IPL equipment
Have you chosen the highest quality equipment within your budget? The higher the quality of the device you purchase, the higher the quality of the clinical results you will achieve. If budget is an i